It’s finally here! In Disney’s “Mary Poppins Returns,” an all new original musical and sequel, Mary Poppins is back to help the next generation of the Banks family find the joy and wonder missing in their lives following a personal loss.
Clips Of Mary Poppins Returns
Approximately 70 animators (ranging in age from the late ‘20s to the late ‘60s) worked on the
animated sequences in the film, some even coming out of retirement just to work on the sequel
to such a beloved title.
All the animation in “Mary Poppins Returns” is two dimensional and hand-drawn/hand-painted,
just as it was in the first film.
100 BMX bicycles were purchased by the production for use during principal photography. Each
bike was re-painted and aged as appropriate.
Reproductions of several toys from the nursery in the Banks’ home in the first film are visible in
the Banks’ attic in “Mary Poppins Returns,” including a St. Paul’s snow globe, a jack-in-the-box
and wooden blocks that spell out Mary Poppins.
The white marble-topped table in the entryway of the Banks’ home is from the first film and
currently resides at Club 33, Disney’s members-only club in New Orleans Square at the
The tail of the kite with which Mary Poppins arrives in “Mary Poppins Returns,” is the actual
suffragette sash worn by Mrs. Banks (Glynnis Johns) in the first film.